Policy on cookies

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small text file consisting of alphanumeric characters that is created on your computer when your browser accesses a website that uses cookies. The files are used to help your browser navigate the website and to fully use all the features of the latter, such as identifiers, preferences, language settings and themes, among other common features. The cookie is used only to help your browser process a website; it does not collect any information about your computer and it does not search your files.
Generally, cookie files are stored in the cookie directory of your browser. Usually each file contains:
- The server name of the website that created the cookie
- The cookie validity period - how long your browser may use the cookie information to access the website that created the cookie
- The value of the cookie - this unique information generally consists of a randomly generated number
The server that created the cookie uses the value of the cookie to remember you when you return to the site or navigate from one page to another. Only the server that created the cookie can read and process the cookie.

Why are cookies used on this site?

1. Cookies filed by the site

They are used to improve your navigation and the provision of services that have been specifically requested (e.g, memorizing your shopping cart, authenticating your account, ...). These are called "functional" cookies;

The CNIL (National Commission on Informatics and Liberty) allows the use of this type of cookie without the permission of the visitor.

2. Cookies filed by partners

Our partners can directly issue cookies that they operate and control. The transmission and / or the use of cookies by such third parties are subject to the policies of those companies, which undertake to respect the legislative and regulatory provisions.

As we respect your privacy, we do not use these types of cookies on our site

3. Cookies filed by third parties

3.1) So-called "audience measurement" cookie

These cookies allow us to know the use and performance of the various sections of the site, to improve its functioning.

Our partners audience measurement are now:
- PIWIK, the downloaded cookie is authorized by the CNIL.

- Google Analitycs, To know how to refuse cookies check out the following links:



You can also download a module for your browser to disable Google Analytics cookies at https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en

 More information about the Google Analytics privacy and use policy:



 - Google AdWords Remarketing, to refuse advertisements of Adwords Remarketing on Google's partner sites change your settings at the following link:

3.2) So-called "social networks" cookies

The offers published on our website may be accompanied by a third party software application that allows sharing of content by users of our services on social networks, such as the buttons:Share this page”.

We have no control over the processes used by these social networks (Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and Pinterest” in collecting this information and invite you to refer to their privacy policies.

As we respect your privacy, we do not use these types of cookies on our site

You have different means of managing cookies

A. The settings of your Internet browser

Cookie management varies with each browser. It is described in the help menu of your browser.

For Internet Explorer

To customize the cookie settings for a website

In Internet Explorer, click Tools, then click Internet Options.
Click on the Privacy tab, then click Sites.
In the address zone, type the complete address (URL) of the website for which you want to customize the privacy settings. 
For example http://www.microsoft.com.
To allow cookies from the specified website on your computer, click Allow. To prevent cookies from the specific website. 
on your computer, click Reject.
Repeat steps 3 and 4 for each Website you wish to block or authorize. When you have finished, click OK twice.

For Safari

Go to Preferences, then click the Security toolbar and then you can select your cookies setting.

For Chrome

Click on the Tools menu then select Options. which is located in your browser's toolbar.

Click the Under the Hood tab.
Click Content Settings.
In the Content Settings section, you can modify how cookies are saved on your computer.
In "Cookies", you can modify the following settings:
Clear cookies when I close my browser 
Block sites from setting any data 
Allow local data to be set (recommended) 
Create Exceptions for cookies from certain Websites.

For Firefox

Click on Tools, then Options.
Select the Privacy icon.
Choose your preferred settings.
You can configure which sites are allowed to set cookies, how long to keep them for, and view and manage your existing cookies.

For Opera

Preferences > Advanced > Cookies 
Your cookie preferences give you control of Opera's cookie handling. The default setting is to accept all cookies. 
Accept cookies 
- All cookies are accepted (default)

Accept only cookies from the site I visit 
- Refuse third-party cookies from a domain outside the one you are visiting

Never accept cookies 
- All cookies are refused

B. Via a Cookie Gestion

You can also visit the site Youronlinechoices, offered by Interactive Advertising Bureau France.This international platform is shared by hundreds of advertising professionals on the Internet and provides a centralized interface allowing you to express your refusal of cookies used to adapt from your browsing information advertisements which may be displayed on your terminal (called "targeted" or adapted advertising).

Note that this will not prevent the display of advertisements on the websites that you visit.
It will block only the technologies used to adapt advertisements to your interests.

C. Via links offered by our partners

By clicking on the names of our partners in paragraphs 3.1 and 3.2 of this page, you can prevent the recording of these cookies by these providers.